When people think of Black History Month, they often think of devastating stories of enslavement and discrimination.
If you managed to check out the devastating and heartbreaking 2013 film 12 Years a Slave, you probably never imagined that the film's protagonist (and author behind the autobiographical memoir the
When you think about historical buildings, you might think of such cultural landmarks as Toronto's Keg Mansion or Mackenzie house, never realizing that truly historical buildings are really just steps away from your Mississauga door.
Have you ever wondered about a little gated community in the Streetsville area?
Hazel McCallion, Mississauga's larger-than-life mayor for 36 years, was first elected Mayor in November 1978.
The Lakeview Generating Station was opened by Premier John Robarts on June 20, 1962.
Were it not for the population growth in what's now Mississauga, this website might have been named something else. Why?
Until the 1960s, the Region of Peel was composed of a variety of small jurisdictions, both rural townships and incorporated villages.
On October 25, 1969, a faulty pipe exploded in a gas line beneath the junction of Airport and Derry Roads in Malton, causing a huge fire at the Four Corners.
Development and population growth in the Greater Toronto Area during the 1950s and 1960s convinced many that the area required a large stadium to host sporting events and concerts.
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